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  • A good conclusion to Don's story . . .

    The three part series featuring scientist Don Tillman, beginning with the wonderful "The Rosie Project", concludes with "The Rosie Result". While not as humourous as "The Rosie Project", "The Rosie Result" sums up Don's experiences dealing with his quirks and how they have affected his relationship with wife Rosie, son Hudson and his friends and colleagues. For those familiar with the autism spectrum this book confirms the challenges experienced by such individuals; for those unfamiliar with the challenges faced by autism (or any other differences), this book puts such challenges and experiences in perspective. A very good read.

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  • Great read

    I loved this book! I have read the two that came before. This one really gave me so much to learn, and think about, both introspectively, and in thinking about others. I highly recommend this book.

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  • A fitting conclusion

    Our children can be the lens through which we learn about ourselves. I thoroughly enjoyed spending time with Don and Rosie again.

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  • Another Graeme Simsion winner!

    Another winner by Graeme Simsion. I've enjoyed the Rosie series so much! I just love Don Tillman! The theme that runs through the books - autism and those on the spectrum - is dealt with so beautifully, in a very caring, tender and even funny way. I'm really going to miss Don and Rosie and all their endearing friends. And Hudson, of course - so wise beyond his years. I think the books would be a natural for adaptation to film. A weekly series maybe. Wouldn't it be great to tune in each each week to an episode of these quirky characters? Perfect.

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  • interesting writing style

    The writing style is what makes this story so relatable. It is both humerous and thought provoking but without being at all preachy about several current topics. I havent read the first two books in the series but look forward to those and morefrom this author.

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